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Trump Announces Zinke as Interior Secretary

President-elect Trump on Thursday formally announced he wants Rep. Ryan Zinke, R-Mont., to lead the Interior Department, vaulting the Iraq War veteran into a crucial Cabinet post for western Americans just eight years after he began his political career.

“I am pleased to nominate Congressman Ryan Zinke as our Secretary of the Interior. He has built one of the strongest track records on championing regulatory relief, forest management, responsible energy development and public land issues,” Trump said in a statement.

He added, “As a former Navy SEAL, he has incredible leadership skills and an attitude of doing whatever it takes to win. America is the most beautiful country in the world and he is going to help keep it that way with smart management of our federal lands.”

“At the same time, my administration’s goal is to repeal bad regulations and use our natural resources to create jobs and wealth for the American people, and Ryan will explore every possibility for how we can safely and responsibly do that.”

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5 thoughts on “Trump Announces Zinke as Interior Secretary”

  1. Good ! Another can do guy! No Mexicants or Muslim Spies evil doers! Yea for Donald!

    Obumbler has filled the .gov with Muslims and black victims.

    Time for a change!

  2. No doubt the tree-huggers and greenies are having fainting fits now with this guy.

    (cause, y’know, Trumpsters want us to have dirty air and filthy water and cut down whole forests and drill/mine for stuff no one needs and ..quick..smelling salts) lol

      1. I like that Perry is in play. Hope he does well.

        Having so much fun with these Trump picks — can’t wait to see the SCOTUS nominees.

        And federal judgeships too.

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